A Survey in which monuments are either found or set to mark the corners and boundary lines of a given parcel of land. This involves searching for physical evidence such as existing property corner monuments on the subject property and on adjacent properties, block corners and section corners. When enough monuments are located, a determination of the property boundary is made, giving consideration to the found monuments and any other evidence discovered. After the boundary is determined, property corner monuments are placed at each angle point or change of direction. The monument is a steel rebar set flush in the ground and a cap identifying the registration number of the surveyor responsible for setting the monument is placed atop the steel rebar.